[gal-buh] /ˈgæl bə/
[sur-vee-uh s suhl-pish-uh s] /ˈsɜr vi əs sʌlˈpɪʃ əs/ (Show IPA), 5? b.c.–a.d. 69, Roman emperor a.d. 68–69.
Servius Sulpicius (ˈsɜːvɪəs sʌlˈpɪʃəs). ?3 bc–69 ad, Roman emperor (68–69) after the assassination of Nero
[gal-buh-nuh m] /ˈgæl bə nəm/ noun 1. a gum resin with a peculiar, strong odor, obtained from certain Asian plants of the genus Ferula, used in incense and formerly in medicine. /ˈɡælbənəm/ noun 1. a bitter aromatic gum resin extracted from any of several Asian umbelliferous plants of the genus Ferula, esp F. galbaniflua, and […]
[gal-breyth] /ˈgæl breɪθ/ noun 1. John Kenneth, 1908–2006, U.S. economist, born in Canada. /ɡælˈbreɪθ/ noun 1. John Kenneth. 1908–2006, US economist and diplomat born in Canada; author of The Affluent Society (1958), The New Industrial State (1967), and The Culture of Contentment (1992) surname, from Old Gaelic Gall-Bhreathnach “stranger-Briton,” a name given to Britons settled […]
[gal-chah] /ˈgæl tʃɑ/ noun, plural Galchas (especially collectively) Galcha. 1. a member of an Iranian people inhabiting the Pamirs.
[geyl] /geɪl/ noun 1. a very strong wind. 2. Meteorology. a wind of 32–63 miles per hour (14–28 m/sec). 3. a noisy outburst: a gale of laughter filled the room. 4. Archaic. a gentle breeze. [geyl] /geɪl/ noun 1. . [geyl] /geɪl/ noun 1. Zona [zoh-nuh] /ˈzoʊ nə/ (Show IPA), 1874–1938, U.S. novelist, short-story writer, […]